No One Does Kitchens & Baths Quite Like Us.
Kitchen & Bath World is a true one-stop shopping experience. Shoppers visit us for the high-quality, uniquely functional design, and interesting reliable products that are tastefully displayed in our beautiful idea center. Once we’ve designed your dream space it is installed by the most extensively trained team in the Capital Region.
Kitchen and Bath World has been delivering world-class service for over three decades. Visit our beautiful showroom featuring more than 60 fully decorated displays and the capital region's top design and decorating professionals today and find out why we've been able to keep customers coming back year after year.
Leading Kitchen & Bath Design Firm … and so much more.
In addition to the design, sales, and installation of the area’s most beautiful Kitchens & Baths, we can help with the remodel of your pantry, closet, media room, and home office as well.
As a designer, my philosophy is simple: Create the best possible space for my client’s taste and lifestyle. Learning how you live, work, and relax in your home allows me to design a space that is not only beautiful and timeless but functions for your everyday life.
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